The Straits Times  May 28  Comment 
May 29, 2015 1:27 AM AFTER failing to have a proposal for a 4 per cent cap on monthly interest rates scrapped, moneylenders now want to be able to slap borrowers with a $60 fee every time a payment is late.
Forbes  May 26  Comment 
As a professional keynote speaker, it was odd for me to discover, on a recent flight, that the very term "keynote speaker" or "keynote speech" itself is mysterious to some people, even though it gets thrown around a lot. Of course, I was...
Forbes  May 26  Comment 
Should the Clintons pay taxes on $26.4 million of speech Income their foundation 'forgot' to report?
Forbes  May 24  Comment 
In 1884, 31 U.S.C. §330 was added to the statute. Section 330 provides that the Secretary of the Treasury may:
Forbes  May 19  Comment 
Homeownership remains cheaper than renting in all 100 largest U.S. metro areas. In fact, buying is 35% cheaper than renting now, compared with 33% cheaper one year ago. Paradoxically, home price growth nationally has outpaced rents over the past...
The Australian  May 17  Comment 
Rail companies want bigger increases to the fuel-based road charges truck operators pay.
Motley Fool  May 16  Comment 
Nationally, buying with a traditional 20% down payment and 30-year mortgage is 35% cheaper than renting. But homeowner association (HOA) fees can make the decision more difficult in metro New York and Honolulu.
The Times of India  May 12  Comment 
Days after the directorate general of civil aviation allowed airlines to unbundle services, low cost carrier SpiceJet has launched four new ancillary products for add-on fees.
Financial Times  May 10  Comment 
Natalie WinterFrost, head of UK body, pushes for compulsory professional development
New York Times  May 9  Comment 
Investors are paying less in fees largely because they have moved toward lower-cost funds, and in doing so, they are holding on to more of their nest eggs.


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